I know everyone is sick of election news, but this story made me choke on my oatmeal this morning.
Remember when you had to be a land owner to vote? Now, in Ohio you just have to be aware of a park bench to register to vote. Honestly, I am shocked.
As a woman, I am very aware that the right to vote has not always been equally extended, and voting laws have needed some work. But, let’s be honest, is universal suffrage the ideal? The Federalists didn’t think so, and I suggest we reexamine our assumptions about voting, especially in this time when it is so relevant.
Join Patrice Lee, National Spokeswoman for Generation Opportunity and Independent Women’s Forum Senior Fellow, at American University on March 28 to hear her speak about how big government hinders big dreams and why young people should care about the size of government. We caught up with her and asked her advice for NeW members.
In a recent report, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development noted that, “One of the areas of greatest untapped potential in the Australian labour force is inactive and/or part time working women, especially those with children.” That makes sense. If a sector of the population in the economy chooses not to work or...